The datarockets company shared their 8 remote work rules

Remote work brings a lot of advantages and satisfaction as long as the processes are well defined. datarockets company published the list of rules that help them stay productive while working remotely.
 
Company check-in meeting
Company check-in meeting
TORONTO - Aug. 12, 2020 - PRLog -- datarockets is the company that creates web and mobile applications of any complexity. Despite the fact that their team works remotely from 9 countries in 5 different time zones and up to 7 hours difference, they don't have any problems in team collaboration and efficiency. Since 2014, they have been experimenting with different processes, tools, rules, traditions, and styles for continuous improvements. It has resulted in a system or remote work rules they use every day:
  1. Proactive communication
  2. Public chats
  3. Post call summary
  4. Weekly project updates
  5. Non-work stuff channels
  6. Company weekly check-in
  7. "Hello" rule
  8. Metrics evaluation
Here're some quotes from the original post:
"Due to the nature of remote work, physical interaction is not possible. As such, it can be achieved by using public channels, instead of private or direct messages. No matter what you want to post, from an important update to a casual new meme, it should always be in the public chats, so everyone knows what's going on with the projects and can also enjoy the funny pics."

"If it's necessary to have a verbal discussion, then a summary of the conversation is required to be updated in the chat."

"When working remotely, people often miss simple communications. To overcome this obstacle, you should intentionally design spaces for casual conversations, for example:
#animal_therapy
#cooking
#health
#travelling
All these non-work stuff channels have helped us strengthen the culture within our remote team."

"We evaluate team performance and personal metrics, which work as a reflection tool, and help us monitor the company's "health".
These metrics help our managers provide valuable feedback, reveal issues, and react fast. For the team, it's a safe place to share their concerns and acknowledge their weaknesses, which results in personal growth."

To learn more about any of these tips, read the original post about remote work rules in the datarockets blog

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